OceanGliders: A Component of the Integrated GOOS

@article{Testor2019OceanGlidersAC,
  title={OceanGliders: A Component of the Integrated GOOS},
  author={P. Testor and B. de Young and D. Rudnick and S. Glenn and D. Hayes and Craig M. Lee and C. Pattiaratchi and K. Hill and E. Heslop and V. Turpin and P. Alenius and C. Barrera and J. Barth and N. Beaird and G. B{\'e}cu and Anthony Bosse and F. Bourrin and J. Brearley and Y. Chao and Su-e Chen and J. Chiggiato and L. Coppola and R. Crout and J. Cummings and B. Curry and R. Curry and R. Davis and K. Desai and S. Dimarco and C. Edwards and Sophie Fielding and I. Fer and E. Frajka-Williams and Hezi Gildor and Gustavo Goni and D. Guti{\'e}rrez and P. Haugan and D. Hebert and Joleen Heiderich and S. Henson and K. Heywood and P. Hogan and L. Houpert and S. Huh and Mark E. Inall and M. Ishii and S. Ito and S. Itoh and S. Jan and J. Kaiser and J. Karstensen and B. Kirkpatrick and J. Klymak and J. Kohut and G. Krahmann and M. Krug and S. Mcclatchie and F. Marin and E. Mauri and A. Mehra and Michael P. Meredith and T. Meunier and T. Miles and J. Morell and L. Mortier and S. Nicholson and J. O’Callaghan and D. O'Conchubhair and P. Oke and E. Pall{\`a}s-Sanz and M. Palmer and Jong-jin Park and L. Perivoliotis and P. Poulain and R. Perry and B. Queste and L. Rainville and E. Rehm and M. Roughan and Nicholas Rome and T. Ross and S. Ruiz and G. Saba and A. Schaeffer and M. Sch{\"o}nau and K. Schroeder and Yugo Shimizu and Bernadette M. Sloyan and D. Smeed and D. Snowden and Yumi Song and Sebastiann Swart and Miguel Tenreiro and A. Thompson and J. Tintor{\'e} and R. E. Todd and Cesar Toro and H. Venables and T. Wagawa and S. Waterman and R. Watlington and Doug Wilson},
  journal={Frontiers in Marine Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={6},
  pages={422}
}
The OceanGliders program started in 2016 to support active coordination and enhancement of global glider activity. OceanGliders contributes to the international efforts of the Global Ocean Observation System (GOOS) for Climate, Ocean Health and Operational Services. It brings together marine scientists and engineers operating gliders around the world: (1) to observe the long-term physical, biogeochemical, and biological ocean processes and phenomena that are relevant for societal applications… Expand
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